October 26, 2021

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Mexico, the United States and Canada lead the octagon towards Qatar

Mexico, the United States and Canada, with 14, 11 and 10 points respectively, are leading Qatar in the final eight of the CONCACOP qualifying for the 2022 World Cup. Panama, Costa Rica, El Salvador and Honduras suffered severe setbacks after the sixth day.

As the World Cup qualifiers come to an end today, Mexico, the United States and Canada will offer Qatar three direct assignments to CONCACAF. Panama have the right to play in the playoffs.

At the Cascot Stadium in San Salvador, the Salvadorans’ resistance against Mexico lasted only half an hour as Hector Moreno’s header gave them a try to open the scoring, which was extended to 93rd at the end of the match with a penalty. Minute. Passed by Raul Gymnasium.

With a strong win of 0-2, Mexico reached 14 points for 18 and looks at its other opponents in the rearview mirror.

The defeat dropped the Salvadoran team to second and last place in the league with 5 points, as well as the sixth-placed Jamaica out of the pit on Wednesday.

2-1. The United States expresses fear and follows Elder’s stockings

The Stars and Stripes team unfortunately lost when Costa Rica reserve goalkeeper Lionel Morera condemned his team to a 2-1 draw at Lower.com Field in Columbus, Ohio.

Costa Rica took the lead in the first minute with a goal from Geisher Fuller.

Despite Dicos trying to defend the advantage at all costs, the Stars and Stripes team improved their lines and found the equalizer in the 25th minute through Sergio Test.

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In the second half, the United States increased its pressure on the goalkeeper who left Kilor Navas in custody due to physical discomfort.

A rude defensive oversight in the 66th minute ended with a dangerous defeat of the ball between the goalkeeper and his goalkeeper.

4-1. Canada Beams scales for cash and third place

Canada returned 4-1 against Panama in Toronto and finished third in the league.

With the win, the Canadian team reached 10 points and sent their opponent to fourth place with 8 integers, giving them a play-off spot.

Drains by Rolando Blackburn took the lead in the 5th minute and surprised the domestic team on the BMO field, but fate helped Canada when Michael Murillo scored a goal in the 28th minute.

Canada was very aggressive in the second period. At 66, he scored his second goal with Alfonso Davis, 71, Dajon Buchanan 3-1 and Jonathan David 4-1, 78.

0-2. Jamaica sends last to Honduras

British striker Kemer Roof and midfielder O’Neill Fisher scored another goal to give Jamaica a 2-0 win over Honduras, which automatically slipped to last place in the standings.

Roof, a Scottish Premiership Rangers player in Scotland, scored in the 38th minute and the MLS Los Angeles Galaxy’s Fisher placed icing 79th in the match at the San Pedro Sula Metropolitan Olympic Stadium.

Thus, Jamaica achieved its first victory in the league, reaching 5 points and leaving the last place to go to third place, while Honduras anchored in the basement with 3.